I offer personalised online tutoring to primary aged students, whether they have specific gaps in their learning, learn in a certain way, or are capable of achieving more with the right help.
Online tuition allows me the opportunity to share my highly effective teaching strategies to help children around the world achieve success in their learning. I create engaging learning experiences in my online platform, with a range of activities to bring learning to life, keeping my students inspired.
I have over 8 years of international classroom teaching experience and I am accredited in Scotland and British Columbia, Canada. During my time teaching in The United Arab Emirates I was presented with an Excellence for Education Award. This was in recognition of my outstanding achievement and excellent educational performance in the Emirate Schools Council. My exemplary teaching practices allow for successful tutoring sessions, equipping children with the knowledge, skills and confidence they need to excel in their learning.
I am delighted that you have chosen me to work with your child and I cannot wait to equip them with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to be very successful learners!
I have been working in schools since 2004, initially as a Teaching Assistant and then wanting to become a teacher, which I achieved in 2014. I am very passionate about working with parents, children and other adults that help move children forward, through developing their confidence to achieve this.
I believe that my skills and guidance, I can help children to reach their potential. I have worked with various children with different needs. I can help children to succeed and enjoy their learning and making it fun, but effective and tailored to their individual needs.
I am available to help with all primary subjects. I am experienced in Read Write Inc, Jolly Phonics and Letters and Sounds Phonic schemes.
I can tailor a individual education plan to your child's needs and abilities.
Claire completed her A Levels in Classical Civilisation, French and Government and Politics, before going on to study Classical Studies and Politics at the University of Exeter, for which she achieved glowing results.
After a successful career in Events Management, including Windsor Castle, Claire completed a PGCE in Primary Education at the prestigious training provider of St Mary’s University College, Twickenham.
She worked extensively as a full-time teacher, in both the mainstream sectors and Independent Schools sector, covering both KS1 and KS2 throughout Surrey, London, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire. She was also a PPA teacher and has taught a one to one intervention programmes in Surrey.
As a tutor, Claire believes in working on a personalised course of study working through use of past exam papers and interview questions, teaching students to answer the questions well and grow in confidence. As such, Claire has successfully coached children through 7+, 11+ and 13+ examinations including up to scholarship level. Her past students have gained entry to the Royal Grammar School Guildford, Eton College, St James School Ashford, Halliford School, Shepperton, St Catherine’s School, Bramley and St George’s College, Weybridge.
Claire is now a specialist one to one tutor working with students in preparation for Independent School Entrance examinations at 7+, 11+,13+ along with the 11+ Examinations for Grammar Schools. For the 7+ Claire has prepared students for both the Mathematics and English examinations. At 11 + she has prepared children for the Mathematics, English, Verbal Reasoning and Non-Verbal Reasoning tests. At 13 + Common Entrance Claire helps students to prepare for the English Writing and Reading Comprehension Examinations. She has also supported children across the Primary Curriculum, developing their understanding and skill set in order to boost their confidence and prepare them for both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 SATS in Mathematics and English at the end of Primary School.
Claire is an empathetic and enthusiastic tutor who always strives to help her tutees become the best that they can be!
I am a caring and patient qualified teacher with over 5 years experience teaching Early Years and Primary age children. I have a breath of classroom experience, I have worked with a wide range of students including those with special educational needs. Since 2018 I have been tutoring face to face, I always tailor the level of work covered to the individual student’s needs. To develop both their self confidence and attainment levels. I am really enjoying helping my students reach their potential. I teach all subject areas of Early Years and Primary Curriculum including: Maths, English, Phonics, Reading, Writing, Handwriting and Science in line with the Early Years and Primary Curriculum in your home or online.
How would you describe your teaching style?
During the first lesson I assess your child's needs through activities and discussion with yourself and your child. I tailor lessons to the child's needs and to reflect their interests, I like to include games and practical activities whenever possible. I continually assess progress to determine next steps in their learning.
Tell us about your experience?
I have over 5 years experience teaching both the Early years and Primary curriculums. I also have one to one tuition experience most recently with year 5 and Year 6 pupils with good results. I tailor the level of work covered to the individual student’s needs. To develop both their self confidence and attainment levels.
What locations do you tutor in?
Bristol and North Somerset
What is your personal message to students?
I look forward to working with you and your child. To help your child to become a confident and happy learner.
Your child or teenager may be struggling, or you sense they might be dyslexic or have other related difficulties?
We can help by offering reading, spelling and literacy tuition and support, dyslexia and special needs support and tuition for all ages, using a phonic programme. We can also help children, youth or adults who have English as a second language, to improve their reading, comprehension, speaking listening, speaking and spelling skills.
We also offer private and dyslexia tuition, live ON-LINE Tuition, with lessons in phonics/spelling, punctuation, grammar, study skills and reading & writing skills, and English as a second language personal tuition or on-line lessons to be studied at the child's own pace.
Our Services include:
Dyslexia & special needs private tuition
English as a Second Language
On-line tuition & Google Classroom
Having carefully selected the best academics from prestigious educational backgrounds and expert knowledge in all fields of education, Tutor Supply can only guarantee the best outcome in specialised academic support. We provide professional academic services, academic guidance and bespoke consultancy at all levels. Being already specialist teachers in schools or having been specialists in a variety of national schools, our academic teachers are well accustomed with all examination boards and have expert knowledge in all areas of the national curriculum.
A recent county council inspection said that
Lewknor was outstanding in all areas:
“All indications are that Lewknor is an aspirational and ambitious school, working at an outstanding level”
¨ Rated OUTSTANDING by Oxford Diocesan Board of Education
¨ Rated GOOD by OFSTED
¨ Daily breakfast club from 8:00am
¨ After School Care Club daily until 5:30pm
¨ CHILDCARE VOUCHERS accepted
¨ After school football, judo, science, gardening and cookery clubs throughout the year
¨ 1:1 visits with the headteacher and a tour of the school also available at a mutuallyconvenient time.
¨ Nurturing environment
¨ Outstanding SATs Results (higher than national and local average)
¨ 100% phonics pass rate putting Lewknor Primary School in the TOP 3% OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN THE COUNTRY
We provide English, maths and Science tuition for ages 6-16 years across key stage 1, 2, 3, 4 and in preparation for SATS, GCSE’s and 11+ exams. We only use only the best tutors who will engage your child to learn core skills in maths and English. We build children's confidence so they can apply their skills to their own learning.
From the basics of reading, writing and spelling to comprehension and creative writing skills, Oak Tuition principles make it ideal for all learners, whether primary or secondary. Drawing on a variety of imaginative materials, the programme develops the key skills that allow the learner to read and write fluently, confidently and with enjoyment.
English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Music, Readind, and Literacy lessons in Barnet, UK.
My name is Claire C., I am a dedicated Teacher and Mentor and I am passionate about life long learning and helping children achieve to their full potential.
I am a qualified teacher with a specialism in Early Primary teaching -YR 3 Reading and Phonics. I am also the Computing, English, Phonics and Reading lead at my school. I also Mentor trainee teachers and am currently forwarding my Continual Professional Development by undertaking a Mentor Qualification with the University of Cumbria.
I am offering Phonics, Spelling and Reading tailored tutoring services for both adults and children. My approach is to work closely alongside your child to identify their learning needs and style.
As a teacher I often have parents mention that despite a parent talk at their child’s school they are still not feeling confident to help their child with www.*** ;
I am offering parent and child together sessions as well a Reading and Phonics sessions with parents aiming to give more confidence when working with your child.
· Parent and child together sessions £20 p/h (for both /all of you) 1-1 phonics sessions for children either Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 or older if they have gaps in learning or difficulty with www.*** ;
· £12 per half hour £ 22 p/h. 1-1 parent sessions of Phonics to give you confidence to help you with your child. £12 per half hour.
· I specialise in helping children in Year 2 pass phonics screen 2nd time around. £12per half hour. £22 per www.*** ;
(This year will be slightly different; This year, Children in Year 2 will be taking phonics screen prior to Christmas 2020. During 1st term.)
· I also help children who have difficulty spelling. Age yrs 1-6 £12 per half hour. I have many schemes and strategies to help children www.*** ;
· I also offer reading coaching/intervention. If your child is struggling with reading, I am able to help. £12 per half www.*** ;
I love helping children to reach their full potential. If you are interested, please PM me for more details. I have a study room at my house, or I can visit you. - very flexible able to cover Blackpool, Fylde and Preston areas.
Thank you for visiting !
To find out more information about my services, please go on to my website. www.***
Rachel is a qualified Primary School Teacher (PGCE 1996) with a further qualification of Reading Recovery teacher (UCL 2015) in post since 2015 part time in school. Rachel stayed at home for several years to bring up her family and returned to work in school in 2008. She has been teaching one to one for over seven years in her local infant school, firstly with a Year 1/2 maths intervention before moving to Reading Recovery, completing her Reading Recovery training year in June 2015.
In addition to school Rachel has been doing some tuition from her home – all online via video link since the start of the pandemic. Her specialist area is Key Stage One, although she also has experience tutoring lower Key Stage Two children who were struggling with reading and writing and had additional learning needs.
She is mum to three grown up sons, the youngest of which isstudying for his A levels whilst the oldest is focusing on completing a degree in Architecture. One of her sons has high functioning Autism with additional needs, meaning she has a lot of personal experience in helping children who are on the spectrum and may require a different approach to their education.
Rachel has always loved reading and enjoys being able to pass on this skill to the next generation. In recent years she has attended some overseas volunteer projects in the school holidays to help children there develop their English language skills, enhancing their employment opportunities for the future.
Rachel is very much enjoying teaching online and is finding it to be an exciting new way to educate young people.
Hello, My name is Katy and I'm a qualified Primary School teacher with a current DBS. I've experience teaching Years 3-6 and teaching children with a range of special educational needs and disabilities. Lockdown has been difficult for all of our children and I'd like to support your child and fill any gaps they may have. I would help your child become a confident and independent learner. I've lead online sessions throughout the first lockdown. These included whole class lessons and small group targeted Phonics and Maths interventions.
I have been teaching for 13 years. My experience has been a across primary aged children but mainly in Reception, year 1 and year 2. I have a 4-year-old boy of my own and we never stop learning together through play! My experience allows me to adjust my teaching style to suit all types of learners. I love what I do and as a learner myself I am always striving for the best, evaluating the way that I work and developing my practice. I love meeting new people and watching children grow and learn. My home is suitable and inviting for anyone and I offer a wide range of activities that support learning about a range of concepts in all subjects. This includes foundation subjects as well as core subjects. I would be very excited to have the opportunity to teach you.
I am a kind and caring teacher who believes children should feel confident in everything they can do.
I believe tutoring is a great way to show children what they are capable of. With support, dedication and a tailored programme, your child will flourish and excel.
I aim to build great relationships which will help your child when concepts might be tricky for them or when they need a boost of encouragement to help build their resilience. I take time to understand gaps in knowledge, teach them to a mastery level before moving on and progressing to ensure you child has a well-rounded understanding of all ideas, concepts and objectives.
A british citizen by descent, I was raised in Swaziland (Eswatini), a small country in Southern Africa and have had the privilege of being educated in multiple countres. I am grateful for this opportunity to have experienced different cultures, share my life with many different types of people and I feel that this has given me both an appreciation and greater understanding of other people in their lives, as well as a wisdom that comes from the privilege of varied life experiences. People are important to me. I moved to the UK at the beginning of 2020 and have enjoyed it as much as I can with the current circumstances.
I am a 19 year old law and criminology student. Due to the lockdown I unfortunately lost my job as a barmaid, so I am currently a student unable to support myself. I have childcare experience and thought since I love children and have always been academically organized, I decided to put two and two together and venture into tutoring. I really hope you will be able to place your trust in me because I have a huge heart and only want the best for everyone, including your children!
I am a Primary school teacher, Teach First Ambassador and personal development writer and coach. I have experience working in a variety of different primary schools with children of all ages and needs, including SEND and EAL children. I am available to tutor EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Maths, Writing, Reading and History either online or in person locally. I offer a free initial consultation (either online or in person) to meet your child, see if we are a good fit and gain an understanding of your child's needs and priorities.
I have been teaching in primary schools for 20 years and with experience of year 6 and the transition to secondary school.
After seven years of teaching, I am proud to say I have never received lower than an 'Outstanding' judgement when my English and Math lessons have been observed. I work well with pupils who have learning difficulties and ensure gifted and talent pupils realise their potential.
Perceptual difficulties affect not only reading, spelling, maths and handwriting but a whole range of everyday functioning, including self-esteem and behaviour.
Research recognises that early learning experiences affect later development and if one stage is missed out or not fully grasped, the future development may be impaired and the individual has to find ways to compensate. The Perceptual Enrichment Programme has been designed to integrate the different stages of perceptual development, to develop neural pathways and to stimulate the frontal processing area of the brain.
When a child learns to relate to the world he or she passes through various stages of development, each stage building upon the previous one. Concrete operations such as matching, remembering, recognising familiar shapes in unfamiliar settings, identifying a whole object from it's parts and understanding how shapes relate to each other, are all a basis for understanding increasingly more complex concepts. For example, in order to think in abstract terms, one must have a firm understanding of how parts go together to make a whole, and to categorize, one must be able to observe detail.
Initially if a child is unable to see how parts go together to make a whole, or is unable to sequence, he or she may find it difficult to see how letters go together to make words, and how words combine to make sentences.
My name is Samantha and I am available to tutor 5-11 year olds in West London, particularly between Fulham and www.*** am a qualified Primary School teacher with 6 years tutoring experience. I currently work in a school as a teacher so I fully understand the expectations of the curriculum for different year groups and would be confident in teaching subjects across the curriculum. I also have 20 years dance experience as well as 5 years teaching www.*** of tutoring include; numeracy, maths, reading, phonics, writing, spelling, help with homework, assessment/exam prep and dance lessons. I use a variety of teaching strategies and will bring all my own resources to ensure that lessons are tailored towards the specific needs of your www.*** am able to work evenings after 5pm and weekends. Please don't hesitate to contact www.*** regards,Samantha
Beeston Fields Primary school was originally built in 1931 and began as two schools, an Infant and Junior. These amalgamated in April 2001 to form the new school of Beeston Fields Primary and Nursery School and in September 2015 we became an academy joining the Flying High Trust Partnership.
We have a purpose built Foundation Stage Unit where both F1 and F2 children play and learn. Main school has two classes per year group, each classroom is well resourced and include interactive whiteboards to engage the children in their learning. Our period building has many small areas to allow 1:2:1 and small group activities to take place away from the distractions of the main classroom; each Key Stage has a 'hub' with resources appropriate to their age ranges.
Our two halls provide us space for our assemblies, physical education, dining, clubs, performances and other community events. Our bright school library provides an attractive space for the children to foster a love of books and reading. We are pleased that with regular investment we are able to provide lots of engaging and interesting books.
We are also very fortunate with our outdoor space. We have a large astroturf pitch which allows for all year round use as well as a playground and trim trail with grassed area. The Foundation Stage has its own outdoor space allowing our younger children; a quieter place to play and learn. We are pleased to be part of the local community by running an allotment which gives our children opportunities to learn about growing plants and vegetables.
Our average class size is 14 and we have an overall pupil to teacher ratio of 1 to 12. Classes in the Infants and Juniors are limited to 16. Year groups in the Middles and Seniors may average 26 - 28. These are then taught in two ability groups thus maintaining our small class sizes. Bowbrook's strength lies in its size.
This personalised approach enables all pupils to flourish. We are large enough to compete and to challenge, yet small enough to care.
Individual pupil success, success within the county of Worcestershire and success on the National stage.
Winners of National ISA Awards in 2010, 2013 and again in 2017. Worcestershire Education Awards, double winners in 2017 and finalists again in two categories in 2018. We constantly challenge our staff and our pupils to strive to be the best that they can.
We are an all-through, values-led Primary School, with its own Nursery Class.
The staff team work with dedication and passion to provide a wide range of learning opportunities through high quality teaching and an irresistible curriculum.
We have high expectations for all children’s achievement academically, creatively, socially and personally – in other words, for each and every child at Marvels Lane to be the best that they can be.
Pre-school and reading lessons in London, UK.
I have taught in two countries, have tutored children in years 1 to year 5 but have taught all across the school. (5years).
I teach in Balham but live in Croydon. I have a car so can drive to nearby areas such as Clapham, Brixton, Streatham, West Norwood etc.
I enjoy working creatively with children and I am aware of the different mind friendly learning techniques that can be used to facilitate effective learning. I incorporate these techniques into my www.*** ;I believe that children need a firm foundation in basic literacy and numeracy skills in order to be able to flourish in other areas of the www.*** ;I understand that continuity and progression in learning is vital and my planning and teaching reflect this.
Hi, I am a primary school teacher who lives in Sidcup. I currently teach in Bromley.
My experience is mainly in years 1-4 but can support the whole primary www.*** ;
I can offer tutoring or www.*** ;
Hi! Thank you for taking the time to read my page.
I am an experienced Primary School teacher. I have been working in inner city Birmingham for 10 years. I currently teach year 2, so I am able to support children preparing for their year two SATs and phonics screening check in year 1.
I spent two years teaching year 1 and seven years teaching Reception. Early reading and writing is a specialism of mine, along with teaching phonics and spelling, working with children who have English as an additional language and children with special educational needs.
I like to make learning as fun and as practical as possible to ensure that children are engaged and enjoy what they are doing. Using practical resources to support Maths and Science, linking reading and writing to experiences that children can relate to and enjoy!
I look forward to hearing from you!
English literature, reading, writing and maths lessons in Folkestone, UK.